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Hello,
Upon boot up of VM after conversion - I get a blue screen with the following error:

STOP: 0x0000001E
Address 804A1C07 baes t 80400000 - ntoskrnl.exe

The physical machine I am converting is an old Compaq Proliant 800 Server with three 18.2 gb ultra scsi 3 drives.

The ESX host is a Dell 2950.

I had the same issue with another similiar server, but i fixed it by changing the SCSI host adapter type from Bus Logic to LSI.  

I tried that for this server, but the only thing that happens is the blue screen changes from the error above to "inaccessable boot device".

Thank you for your help!
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by:za_mkh
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This is a known problem with P2Ving a Windows 2000 box.
Check this link out for how to solve it..
http://communities.vmware.com/thread/206168?tstart=0
 
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by:bvoris
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Awesome - Thanks.  I will try this and provide results.
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by:paulsolov
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For Windows 2000 box you'll need to ensure that you have SP4 and SP4 rollup package, otherwise lots of issues.  If you want an easy way to do this download Symantec Backup Exec System Recovery Server trial copy, install on the server and image.  Use vConverter to convert image to the ESX server, it knows about it natively and is usually seemless
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Pausolov, we had the same issue, with SP4 and the SP4 rollup package. When we experienced it, I seemed to recall that the issue was due to the driver in a post Rollup hotfix causing the issue, hence reverting back to the rollup version .. but my memory is sometimes poor!
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by:paulsolov
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I've had issues when the sp4 wasn't installed but try to avoid doing Windows 2000 servers directly.  Imaging via acronis or BESR and using vconverter works 99% of the time and avoids customer complaints.
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Also, doing a backup of the old server using the ShadowProtect 3.0 and then doing a Hardware independent restore into a VM, or using a convertor to convert the shadowprotect backup image into a Vm works 100%. Please note that shadowprotect images are now officually supported by VMware.

Thanks
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All,

Thank you for the responses to the question.

What fixed the issue was the info initially provided by za_mkh.

However - the only thing that I did to fix it was downloaded the SP4 rollup, installed in on the Windows 2000 server and reran the VConvertor to do a P2V conversion.  It fired right up - no problems.

I did the same for 3 other W2K servers that were giving me fits after P2Ving them and they all worked.

Thanks a bunch.



http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=B54730CF-8850-4531-B52B-BF28B324C662&displaylang=en&displaylang=en
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Good to hear!
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All,

Thank you for the responses to the question.

What fixed the issue was the info initially provided by za_mkh.

However - the only thing that I did to fix it was downloaded the SP4 rollup, installed in on the Windows 2000 server and reran the VConvertor to do a P2V conversion.  It fired right up - no problems.

I did the same for 3 other W2K servers that were giving me fits after P2Ving them and they all worked.

Thanks a bunch.
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